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Global Package LLC: New burgundy and spirits bottles

Global Package LLC announced the recent addition of a new burgundy bottle—the Claire—to its Elegant Light line of bottles.

Claire bottle
Claire bottle

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While the Claire bottle conforms to the standards of the superior, lighter-weight bottles in the Elegant Light line—including a 1.5” punt and 31.5mm capsule top—it is a definitive line extension which differs from the sturdier-formed Bella and Carré bottles yet in the same line with its taller and broader body, it also provides a more substantial label area compared to bottles in its category. It boasts more reserved styling than other bottles in its category, with an elegant swan’s neck. The Claire is available in antique green in any quantity and can be also ordered along with brand-printed boxes.

Global Package has also introduced a new line of competitively priced, mid-weight spirits bottles for the discriminating, high-end market. Now available on the shop floor, the bottles come in a range of styles, from antiquity to modern, in high-grade clear glass. The Teo and Millennio have a fatter decanter-style neck, whereas the antique Apotheker has standard dimensions for bottling ease. The company also recently unveiled a variety of premier European spirits bottles that have the capability of being elaborately decorated.
 

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